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LOOP Select 006 Landing this Saturday!

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LOOP Select 006 Landing this Saturday!


We here at LOOP know there are people out there trapsing the streets, frothing at the bit, searching desperately for LOOP Select 006!

It has been delayed, and for that we give you our most humble apologies. We were held up in the classification process... (its an M............ yay!)

This means that LOOP Select 006: KONO is currently jetting its way across this island, adorning a yellow M, to be on the shelves and ready for purchase by SATURDAY the 18th.

'LOOP Select 006: KONO' still features a double CD packed full of great summer tunes. (If the sun won't shine at least your stereo will!)

KONO also features the full 'Fly My Pretties' documentary and live record, six of New Zealand's best short films and six of LOOP's best music video's of 2004.

So Saturday is the day.

See you at the CD Store

xx LOOP

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LOOP Promotions

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa http://www.loop.co.nz

Listen and buy online: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz


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